Southeastern Behavioral Health discusses seasonal affective disorder during the pandemic

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Christie Lueth works at Southeastern Behavioral Health. She knows that the annual rise in seasonal effective disorder is typical for this time of year and how winter 2021 holds new challenges in overcoming the negative effects on our psyche. She’s here to tell us more about how to recognize the signs of a potential problem in ourselves and in our loved ones and how Southeastern Behavioral Health can help.

Southeastern Behavioral Health is a private, non-profit agency that emphasizes the importance of emotional wellness – not only for individuals but also for entire communities, serving the four-county area of Lincoln, McCook, Minnehaha and Turner counties. You’ll find their office for Counseling and Children’s Services at 2000 South Summit Avenue in Sioux Falls. They’re available by phone at 605-336-0510 or 1-866-258-6954. Southeastern also offers Community Support Services and is committed to assisting individuals with mental illness in reaching their highest possible level of achievement and satisfaction through a comprehensive range of treatment, rehabilitation and support services. That office is located at 100 West 5th Street or by phone at 605-336-0503.

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